Another option for a stationary bike is turn your favorite standard bicycle into a stationary bicycle with a specialized stand. Often referred to as a trainer, a stationary bike stand allows you to bring your favorite bike inside and convert it into an indoor stationary bicycle. There are a wide variety of reason for implementing such an exercise bike stand for indoor use and plenty of options for equipment to help you set it all up.
If you live where it can be cold and snowy in the winter, a stationary bike stand enables you to workout with your favorite bike all year round. In addition, once you have your trainer setup, it is easier and safer to get your ride into your life’s schedule with an indoor stand.
Finding a way to get exercise on a regular basis is important; portable stationary bikes can provide a great way to get regular exercise for those who are busy and don’t have the time to go to a gym. They are also a good idea for those who want a small home gym but have limited space in their home or apartment and don’t have room for a regular size stationary trainer.
How is an indoor bike trainer great for year-round fitness? Imagine this: winter has arrived and has you thinking that your old friend the bicycle will have to hit the garage for winter hibernation. You may be concerned with backsliding all the progress you’ve made this summer and you want a way to ride your bike in the winter — but without the potential of slipping on slick roads or dealing with the freezing temperatures. What you need is an indoor bike trainer.
Indoor bike trainers allow you to place your bike in a stationary position while providing resistance for you to work the pedals, thereby allowing you to ride your bike with the same type of resistance that you would have if were you to take it out to the streets for a ride. Sometimes people see them as stationary bikes where you provide the bicycle. Continue reading
Stationary bikes — or exercise bikes — are a form of exercise equipment that simulate the activity of riding a bicycle indoors or in stationary environments. The feature the seat or saddle, handlebars and pedals of a traditional bicycle but often feature only one wheel or less to maximize space usage.
Essentially, stationary bikes are exercise machines of special purpose, featuring the act of bicycling without the motion. The special purpose can be exercise for physical fitness or physical therapy.
Occasionally you’ll find stationary bikes which Continue reading